The shift to a dispersed workforce brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to continue for some time. It’s critical that you and your leaders know how to communicate affectively and frequently to keep employee engaged and productive in this new environment.
It’s been said that “Once Upon a Time” are four of the most powerful words in the human language. Year after year, Hollywood makes billions of dollars telling stories. What can we learn from them to connect with and inspire our teams in the remote workplace?
During this 90-minute interactive event, you’ll collaborate with fellow participants and will learn practical tips you can use to help improve safety communications, engage employees, and transform behaviors. You’ll discover how to leverage the power of storytelling to connect with employees virtually and in person – and to keep them focused and motivated.
In this session you will learn:
- The key elements of a good story
- Practical tools and techniques to become a better storyteller
- Why story works in safety
- How to turn your life experiences into stories
Facilitator: Craig Sexton, Global Creative Director, DuPont Sustainable Solutions
Craig is an award-winning producer, director, and writer with a diverse 30-year background in film, television and the entertainment industry. Craig is a creative powerhouse, who is charged with bringing his talent to bear on redefining the look and feel of learning at DSS. His recent work has created breakthroughs in training and transformed culture with his method of affective learning images and communication by design.
Virtual Workshop Dates:
December 1st, 2:00 – 3:30pm EST
Space is limited.